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Andrew Lee King Fun GalleryThe Andrew Lee King Fun Gallery is the more intimate of the building's two exhibition spaces.
Basement FoyerThe Basement features an expansive foyer with a large digital wall showcasing design projects and acknowledging our valued supporters, and houses cater…
Brian Lewis AtriumThe Atrium is a breath-taking plaza. It was designed as a key focus of our community of learning, combining many functions in a single large space.
Design StudiosThe MSD building is home to 33 studio spaces. Many of our studios are named for our supporters.
Digital GalleryThe Digital Gallery at the Melbourne School of Design is a collaboration between the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning and C-Lab – the Mel…
Dulux GalleryThe Dulux Gallery is our largest exhibition space and is named to reflect the support we have received from this key supplier to the building industry.
East CourtyardLearn about the zinc louvres and cantilevered wing.
East WindowThe large window opens fully to provide natural ventilation and economise energy usage.
Fabrication WorkshopThe Fabrication Workshop provides access to advanced fabrication and 3D printing technologies.
Ground FoyerVisitors, students and staff flow through the MSD building and take advantage of the space as a pathway across campus.
Hansen Yunken Suspended StudiosThe Hansen Yunken Suspended Studios are a focal point of the Atrium.
Japanese RoomThe Japanese Room was conceived in 1963 by staff member Professor Shigeru Yura as a contemporary interpretation of traditional Japanese interior design.
Japanese TerraceThe new Japanese Terrace provides a contemporary revision of the Japanese Garden space housed in the previous Architecture building, through the use of…
Lecture TheatresThe Basement houses three theatre spaces – the largest seating over 500 and two seating 120.
Level 4 Hansen Yuncken Suspended StudioLevel 4 of the Hansen Yuncken Suspended Studio is a staff meeting room.
LibraryThe Architecture, Building and Planning Library holds the best collection for our disciplines in Australasia and offers students an inspirational place…
Lovell Chen LoungeThere is only one room that reaches out to connect to the Joseph Reed façade on the west.
Melbourne Sustainable Society InstituteThe Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute (MSSI) is hosted by the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning here at the University of Melbourne.
North CourtyardThis area was previously a car park and has been changed significantly as part of the new building’s construction.
Southern SideBeing the only façade which does not need sun shading, the southern side of the building has windows that vary in shape, placement and arrangement.
The Victorian Eco Innovation LaboratoryThe Victorian Eco Innovation Laboratory (VEIL) is a research stream tasked with identifying and exploring priority needs and opportunities for eco-inno…
Western SideThe western sides features the iconic Joseph Reed heritage façade.
Y StairAs you walk up through the building, you will have noticed that the stairs are designed using different dimensions.